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The Kykuit Bunker

by Steven

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For decades, students in the U.S. have lagged behind other nations and lost sight of the role public schools play in the edge America once enjoyed as a leader in industry and innovation. It starts with one phone call to the New York Times: an old man trying to secure his place in American history. What follows sends a group of college students on a hunt to find the secret vault of billionaire philanthropist John D. Rockefeller. No one suspects that, while the students are searching for the treasure, the CIA is following them, hoping to catch up in time to keep the real secret behind Rockefeller's treasure out of the public eye. The mystery of "The Kykuit Bunker" melds the lives of these characters while maintaining their personal stories. Together the stories unfold and intertwine, as do the secrets they seek answers to. Will the burdens of history be too much for the "detectives"? Or will they uncover the secrets no one ever dreamed would be revealed?… (more)

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